The Department of Electronics and Information Technology’s Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-in) on Thursday directed Providers of virtual private networks, data centers and crypto exchanges retain a large amount of their customers’ data for five years, which means called was an attempt to “coordinate response activities as well as contingency measures related to cybersecurity incidents.”
“Data centers, virtual private server (VPS) providers, cloud service providers and virtual private network service (VPN service) providers are required to register customers’ names, customers’ ownership patterns, their contact information and purpose.” You discontinue these services.
We reached out to the IAMAI’s Blockchain and Crypto Assets Council for comment on the impact on the crypto industry.
Overall, the arrangement aims to ensure that CERT-in can respond to cyber incidents within six hours of discovery. That…